Headline Rollup for April 26, 2016

Indonesia Epson opens new inkjet printer factory

Epson has announced that its Indonesian manufacturing subsidiary P.T. Indonesia Epson Industry has begun production at a new inkjet printer assembly factory as part of the company’s strategic plans for its inkjet printer (printing solutions) business.


Toshiba “got paid” before medical unit sale

The OEM’s payment from Canon was made before the deal was approved.


How to Protect Your Clients from the Latest Attacks

Methodist Hospital in Kentucky made national headlines recently after a dangerous ransomware virus called “Locky” encrypted scores of its important digital files, paralyzed critical IT systems, and forced hospital staff to revert to pen and paper to track patient care.

The attack proved once again that those responsible for spreading ransomware are merciless–and they’re not backing off anytime soon.


FASTSIGNS And Epson Extend Partnership To Offer Franchisees New Printer To Increase Efficiency And Drive Sales

A leading Global Sign, Graphics and Visual Communications Franchisor One of First to Offer New Epson SureColor Solvent Printing Technology.


Toshiba’s operating loss to be greater than forecast

TOKYO — Toshiba‘s operating loss is to be far greater than previously forecast as a result of write-downs at its Westinghouse nuclear business, the company announced on Tuesday.


Printer ink wars may make private property the exclusive domain of corporations

Printer manufacturer Lexmark hates America, and everything good and right in the world, because we keep stubbornly insisting that if we buy a printer cartridge, we can refill it, because it’s ours.

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